Last night, while performing her first live gig since the break up of her highly successful family Irish pop/rock group, The Corrs, Andrea Corr was rushed to hospital in Watford after suffering a Cabbage-Apparel related incident. No spokesperson was available to comment but eyewitness reports are flooding in.
The cause of this horrific tragedy is unclear but fingers are being pointed at the dress she was wearing on stage.
An eco-friendly number, her dress made completely out of cabbage leaves began to shred onstage while performing a song from her highly anticipated upcoming album, Ten Feet High.
Andrea, renowned for her onstage energy and high speed moves, apparently slipped on a shredded leaf and crashed to the floor. Onlookers at The Palace Theatre, Watford, watched in horror as medics rushed to her aid. She was immediately whisked away to nearby Watford General Hospital. Doctors are unsure whether Andrea will be in a permanent vegetative state.
Tributes have been flooding in from friends, family and fans all wishing Andrea the best and a speedy recovery.
The latest addition to the 'Corr Clan', Rhiann Corr-Woods, daughter of Caroline Corr, drummer in the Irish family band, commented: 'She is the best auntie I could ever have wished for, please don't take her away from me now'
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